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|Pino the Frog - Miniatures [nsh029] - Pino the Frog|
Miniatures - Pino the Frog's debut on Nishi with almost 24 minutes of complex ambience, elusive and full of micro-melodies which hover on the brink of perception. Defintely something you'll find yourself listening to numberous times to try catching it.
Downloads: 1,971 (1 review)
|pino the frog - seed comma axiom [kpu080] - pino the frog|
Well-known net.label artist pino the frog, with past notable releases on both Nishi and Please Do Something, offers his first Kikapu release in the form of a remarkable EP that is one half originals, and one half remixes. The first half of the release consists of remixes of Carl Kruger originals by pino himself. These tracks are on an experimental plane with hints of ambience flirting around the percussive elements of the tracks...
Downloads: 5,379 (1 review)
|Pino the Frog - Immerser [NSH044] - Pino the Frog|
Pino the Frog returns to Nishi with a three-part study of aqueous sound fields. Sonorous and meditative.
Keywords: Ambient; Avantgarde
Downloads: 1,980 (1 review)
|Pino The Frog - rndm.i(d)nit [pls011] - Pino The Frog|
The sound that outran obsolescence. Patrick Valiquet, a pianist and sound designer who recently relocated his distinct Montreal sound to Vancouver, sent us these pieces of short-style abstract music -- a roughly fifteen minute exploration in, around, and through a two-second Thelonious Monk sample - all propelled carefully by orchestrated misfirings, coincidences, and a velocity that escapes the pull of metronomic undertow...
Keywords: Ambient; Isolationism
|Pino The Frog - Western Girls [nsh086] - Pino The Frog|
Vancouver's Pino The Frog is practically one of the family. For his third Nishi release, he treats us to more of his unique brand of digital obfuscation. Melodies and rhythms shine almost imperceptibly through layers of arbitrary complexity. This may well be the last you hear from Pino The Frog, at least under that alias, so don't miss it.
Keywords: Electronic; Ambient/noise; Abstract